Nazish Jahangir apologises after claiming she would turn down marriage proposal from Babar Azam

Nazish Jahangir apologises after claiming she would turn down marriage proposal from Babar Azam

Pakistani actress Nazish Jahangir is at the center of controversy as speculation grew over a possible marriage to cricket star Babar Azam

Even though she openly addressed the rumors and interacted with her 1.2 million Instagram followers, Nazish faced a barrage of cyberbullying and harsh remarks.

Pakistani actress Nazish Jahangir apologises after claiming she would turn down marriage proposal from Babar Azam

Jahangir has cleared up confusion surrounding her reaction to a hypothetical marriage proposal from cricketer Babar Azam, saying she considers all national cricketers her ‘brothers.’

This comes after her previous remark, in which she stated during an Instagram Q&A session that she would turn down a marriage proposal from Pakistan’s cricket team captain, caused a stir among Babar Azam’s fans.

After experiencing a backlash from the cricketer’s dedicated fans on social media, the “Berukhi” actor addressed the situation, stating, “Babar bhai is like a brother to us, but his fans are spreading a lot of negativity.”

“I have nothing to do with cricketers, they’re all like brothers to me,” she explained. Jahangir stated, “I don’t have any issues with cricketers, nor do I make any comments or judgments about them, so keep your negativity to yourself.”

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It’s worth mentioning that this controversy arose shortly after Jahangir expressed her views on marriage, stating that she would not marry anyone from the entertainment industry.

“I would never marry someone from this field, that’s certain. I would prefer it if my partner is from outside Pakistan. I haven’t thought about it much, but ideally, I’d like to live abroad after marriage, whether it’s in the U.S., Dubai, Canada, or even London,” she said.

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About Nazish Jahangir

Nazish Jahangir is a Pakistani actress widely known for her performances on television. She gained recognition for her role as Zoya in the drama series “Thays,” Faiza in “Tohmat,” Nimra in “Kam Zarf,” and Shameela in “Kahin Deep Jaley.”

Her talent earned her a nomination for Best Emerging Talent in TV at the Lux Style Awards. Beyond her acting career, Jahangir is also an advocate for mental health awareness and has graced the covers of several leading Pakistani magazines.

Hailing from Islamabad, she earned her degree in fine arts and fashion design. Following the advice of Jamal Shah, her professor, a respected artist and the founder of Hunerkada, she shifted her focus to the performing arts.

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In 2015, she relocated to Karachi to start a career in commercial theatre, joining Anwar Maqsood’s troupe.

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